Kiel Marine Science

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Silja Klepp has been a Professor of Human Geography since 2017 and a trained social anthropologist. Her field research experience includes countries such as Kiribati, Vanuatu, New Zealand, Italy, Libya, Malta, and Zambia. In her current research she studies the social and cultural effects of climate change and integrates postcolonial perspectives and social diversity into climate change adaptation. In 2012 she won the Christiane Rajewsky Award of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies for her PhD on refugees and European border control in the Mediterranean Sea. Silja Klepp is a member of the German Young Academy of Scientists (Die Junge Akademie).

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  • 17:00: Sustainable aquaculture techniques vs market potential – Where are we headed?
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  • 17:00: Animal wealth in the aquaculture – Large-scale livestock farming under water?
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  • 13:00: Marine Social Science Workshops
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  • -21:00: Marine Social Science Workshops
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  • 17:00: (No) Right to sustainable aquaculture – Fish breeding between environmental regulations and approval processes
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